abrus precatorius meaning in Hindiabrus precatorius sentence in Hindi
- "Abrus precatorius ", called " kundu mani " in Tamil and " Guruvinda ginja " in Telugu, has been used in Siddha medicine for centuries.
- The larvae feed on the flowers and seedpods of various woody legumes, including " Cassia brachiata ", " Abrus precatorius " and " Prosopis " species.
- Toxalbumins notably are present in the plant families Leguminosae and Euphorbiaceae, occurring for instance in " Robinia pseudoacacia ", " Abrus precatorius ", " Jatropha curcas ", " Croton gratissimus " and " Ricinus communis ".
- They include Abrus precatorius, Aloe vera, Annona squamosa, Bryonia lacinosa, Aegle marmelos, Madhuca indica, Ficus racemosa, Holoptelea integrifolia, Lawsonia enermis, Tylophora asthmatica, Gloriosa superba, Gymnema sylvestre, Hemidesmus indicus, etc . The tribes of Patalkot are skilled at using the forest plants to make effective medicines.
- The plants he had worked on include : Buchholzia Coriacea, Ficus vallis-chouldae Delile-holl ( Moraraceae ) and Datarium microcarpum Gill-perr . ( Caesapinaceae ), Lecaniodiscus cupanodes, Hymencardia acadia; Hymenocardia acida Tul . ( Hymenocardiaceae ) Abrus precatorius Cissus populnea Flabellaria paniculata Cav ., Morinda lucida, Parkia biglobosa ( Jacq ) Benth and Sesamum radiatum; among others.